James the Fair's Idea revamped and Redone

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James the Fair's Idea revamped and Redone Status: Rejected, but read our response

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Simcountry: Simcountry Bulletin Board: Suggestions: Jame the Fair's Idea revamped and redone I say we go with James the fair's Idea and allow countries to be unified into one. Because as we've gone over Britain's empire spanned all kinds of different areas of the world and they became Britain's protectorates, and not part of Britain. Andy said this was the realistic thing and is why you can't do it in the game (combing countries that is), but your forgetting about annexation. Annexation (Latin ad, to, and nexus, joining) is the permanent acquisition and incorporation of some territorial entity into another geo-political entity (either adjacent or non-contiguous).[1] Usually, it is implied that the territory and population being annexed is the smaller, more peripheral, and weaker of the two merging entities, barring physical size. It can also imply a certain measure of coercion, expansionism or unilateralism on the part of the stronger of the merging entities. Like Britian did to Scotland (ye bastards will feel our wrath sooner or later) and tried to do to Ireland, countries in the real world can annex other small or equal in size or even larger in size into themselves to increase their own size. If my country *Empire of Metudela* wanted to invade their current "RP ally" *The Independent State of Vibressa* and conquer them then Metudela should be able to annex Vibressa instead of them just becoming a protectorate. Of course this can have certain rules. If your main country is connected to a country by land and you invade this country you can annex it and then you can do the same to any country it's connected to (Metudela >> Vibressa). And then there is protectorate (the current way) where say Metudela wanted to take Pozana a country that has another country between it and Metudela, if Metudela invades and conquers than unless I have the other country annexed I can only make Pozana a protectorate. And last if I have a protectorate and then annex a country near said protectorate then I can go to the settings of the protectorate and annex it now that is connected to my main. BUT..... there will be a special line that still shows the separation of the countries before annexation and instead of losing the entire large country in a war you only loose the annexed region that was attacked. So for players that have annexed countries their regions get attacked and taken instead of the country. So Metudela would take Vibressa and annex it into The Empire of Metudela but it would be known as the Vibressa region on the war maps. Empire of Metudela - Metudela Region(Capital) Empire of Metudela - Vibressa Region Pozan - Empire of Metudela Protectorate

11 gamers voted for the proposal.
13 gamers voted against the proposal.

The proposal has been REJECTED.

W3Creative reaction:

The British empire never unified the countries into one. It has kept them separate and so did all empires in our history, even the ones who tried. This feature was requested several times before, rejected several times before and also rejected now.

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